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Being social? Hashtag it!

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I had a teacher in the middle school ask me if we had any hashtags going on for the school or district so that he could use them while being social about what's going on in school. Great question! Since I didn't know of any, I did some searching.
  • #BonnyEagle is being used by students (mostly high school), teachers, and staff around the district.
  • #BonnyEagleMS and #BonnyEagleHS are not being used, but would be easy to use for school specific sharing.
  • #BonnyEagleTech has minimal use, but Rich Peterson and I are using it to share about the tech department and tech-related thoughts.
So, if you are looking to incorporate more social aspects into your classroom, try using those hashtags to bring the outside in a bit more.

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